San Diego Law Review

The San Diego Law Review (SDLR) is an academic journal dedicated to the publication of articles that widens the realm of academic education. Created in 1964, the Law Review is committed to publishing articles and essays written by academics, judges, and legal practitioners from all over the world. The San Diego Law Review is an entirely student-run organization. All articles are selected, edited, and published by the review's Editorial Board. Additionally, almost every issue contains at least one comment or casenote authored by a University of San Diego law school student, as selected by the Editorial Board.

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Articles in Volume 54
A Pluralist Case Against Legal Moralism
Gonçalo Almeida Ribeiro
A Transcendental Argument for Liberalism
Samuel C. Rickless
Alexander on Koppelman on Alexander
Larry Alexander
An Unjust Dogma: Why a Special Right to Religion Wrongly Discriminates Against Non-Religious Worldviews
Kenneth Einar Himma
Breaking Through Gridlock To Protect Human Rights: The Case For A Congressional Human Rights Committee
Dr. Joanne Sweeny
Dignity, Rights, and the Role of Consent in German Criminal Law
Kapsaski Ifigeneia
Extending Miranda: Prohibition on Police Lies Regarding the Incriminating Evidence
Rinat Kitai-Sangero
Is There Hope for Change? The Evolution of Conceptions of Good Corporate Governance
Lynne L. Dallas
It's Time to Mind the GASB
Israel Klein
Legal Moralism Revisited
Michael S. Moore
Liberalism and Tolerance
William Voegeli
Liberalism, Liberal and Illiberal
Maimon Schwarzschild
Mandatory Ultrasounds and the Precession of Simularca
Jessica Knouse
Ownership Not Required: The Expansion of Section 167(h) in CGG Americas, Inc. v. Commissioner
Kristofer Thompson
Pokémon Go Away: Augmented Reality Games Pose Issues with Trespass and Nuisance
Kate Motsinger
Revisiting the Hart-Devlin Debate: At the Periphery and By the Numbers
James Allan
Ribeiro on Mill's Harm Principle
Christopher T. Wonnell
The Harm Principle, Legal Moralism, and the "Disintegration Thesis": On Lord Devlin Being Unable to Keep Playing the Smuggling Game
Miguel Nogueira de Brito
The History and Future of Capital Punishment in the United States
Robert A. Stein
The Machiavellian Case Against Legal Moralism
Luis Pereira Coutinho
The Never-Ending Quest for Clarity Amidst Uncertainty: Hospital M&A and Antitrust Scrutiny
Ross E. Bautista
Unparadoxical Liberalism
Andrew Koppelman
User "Safer Harbor" from Statutory Damages: Remixing the DOC's IP Task Force White Paper
Tonya M. Evans
What's Legal About Legal Moralism?
Douglas Husak
Why Liberal Tolerance, Rightly Understood, Is Coherent and Defensible
William A. Galston